20 Self-Cleaning And Antibacterial Products

 - Jan 9, 2009
Threats of salmonella outbreaks come often enough that we’re always reaching for antibacterial products when we see them on drugstore shelves. It’s true that washing your hands with antibacterial soap can decrease the likelihood of spreading bacteria like salmonella, but self-cleaning products or ones embedded with antibacterial properties sure don’t hurt.

The antibacterial products below help decrease the germs in a number of ways. In the kitchen, self-sterilizing knife blocks kill bacteria like salmonella on the surfaces of your cutlery. And sportswear made of revolutionary antibacterial fabric also effectively kills the bacteria that make your gym clothing reek.

Take a look through the slideshow below to explore some other self-cleaning and antibacterial innovations.